The media artworks in this show at Toronto’s OCAD University tell a tale of symbiosis, intersections, and more-than-human relationality.
Oh Shit! retraces the historical arc of feces from ancient Rome to the sewage challenges and potential innovations of the 21st century.
Entering World of Barbie felt like stepping through Oz, but the Oz that is Barbie: a James Turrell Ganzfeld-like diffusion of hyper-femme magenta pink.
Shary Boyle’s Outside the Palace of Me exhibition catalogue provides viewers with experiences that an in-person visit cannot.
Greg A. Hill, a senior curator of Indigenous art, was among the top officials who lost their jobs.
The city of Calgary commissioned artist Annie Wong to create a site-specific work addressing the problematic history of James Short Park. So why was it taken down after four days?
During his more than 50-year-long career, Graham pushed the limits of documentary and fiction.
A broken water fountain, a chopped-off tree, and an unusable garbage can are all attributed to Mayor John Tory in two artists’ satirical wall-label art piece.
The report estimates that 6.7 million Indigenous objects and human remains continue to be held in Canadian institutions, most of which do not have formal repatriation policies.
A total of 24 board members stepped down from their posts after the art center’s parent company allegedly attempted to terminate 12 of their colleagues.
Allegations questioning the ancestry of Gina Adams, who describes herself as a descendant of the White Earth Nation, first appeared on an anonymous Twitter account.
Curated by Maya Wilson-Sanchez, works by Eric Gallardo, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Tania Willard, and more explore how public spaces reflect our past, present, and future.